School of Psychology
PhD, MA (Babes-Boylai)
Area of expertise/Research Interests: 
  • Leadership functions
  • Team processes
  • Incident Command
  • Measurement of Safety Culture
  • Work design

Dr Daniela Andrei completed a PhD in Psychology at Babes-Bolyai University in Romania in 2010. Prior to this she graduated a Master of Arts in Human Resources Psychology and Marketing and a BA in Psychology from the same university. Since the starting of her PhD in Romania, she also worked as an Assistant Professor, teaching courses and seminars in Work Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Organizational Psychology at the Psychology Department of Babes-Bolyai University. 

Daniela also has extensive consulting experience, having worked on the research and consulting side of many applicative projects for public bodies or industry.

Daniela is currently a post-doctoral research at the Centre for Transformative Work Design. Her current research activities revolve around team leadership and team processes/emergent states and effectiveness of incident command teams in oil and gas industry as well as work design and antecedents of work design decisions. She is also working on a project attempting to benchmark Safety beliefs and practices across developing countries and she has been involved in research looking at the levels of engagement with the course and training effectiveness of participants who take part in our trainings.

Key Papers

Talati, Z. & Andrei, D. (2014). Predicting safety performance using group and individual level predictors. In: Andrei, D. & Louw, K. An integrative approach to safety: group and individual level predictors. Symposium accepted for presentation at the 29th Annual Conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Honolulu, Hawaii, 15-17 May.

Yeo, G., Andrei, D., Hu, X., Griffin, M., & Day, D. (2013). Using a self-regulatory framework to understand the role of leader functions on team processes and emergent states in action teams. In Yeo, G., & Andrei, D. The influence of leader self-regulation on leader, team and subordinate outcomes. Symposium presented at the 10th Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, Perth, Australia, July 3rd – 7th.

Andrei, D., Yeo, G., Griffin, M., Van Drumpt, E., & Day, D. (2013). Leadership Functions in Action Teams: Differences across Phases and Time. In Yeo, G. & Andrei, D. Leadership and team processes in safety-critical environments. Symposium Presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Houston, Texas, 11-13 April.

Allen, D., Birdi, K., Alsina, V., Andrei, D., et al., (under review). Knowledge sharing practices and issues in policing contexts: A systematic review of the literature. Policing and Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy

van den Born, A., van Witteloostuijn, A, Barlage, M., Sapulete, S., van den Oord, A., Vallet, N., Rogiest, S., Reguli, Z., Vit, M., Mouhanna, C., Cassan, D., Christe-Zeyse, J., Giljohann, S., Gruschinske, M., Pautz, H., Stein-Mueller, S., Bisogni, F., Costanzo, P., Strojanovski, T., Mirceva, S., Krstevska, K., Rajkovcevski, R., Bayerl, P.S., Horton, K.E., Jacobs, G., Jochoms, T., Andrei, A., Baban, A., Rus, C., Ratiu, L.C.I., Vonas, G., Gasco, M., Allen, K., Birdi, K., Betteridge, K., Casey, R., Graham, L. & Polos, L. (2013 accepted). Policing opportunities and threats in Europe. Journal of Organizational Change Management